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Deborah Asbrand Guest Contributor

  • What's the Matter with the Biolab?

    The United States has poured billions into biosafety laboratories, one of the largest cash infusions for public health in decades. But the public isn’t sold on the labs, and that may derail the push for more cutting-edge science.

  • Is Microsoft's AntiVirus Strategy Secure?

    The Redmond software giant is going where only crackers and virus writers have gone before. With two new spam and virus fighting applications, Microsoft hopes to make right what has gone wrong with its code.

  • What Lies Beneath

    Researchers who study the movement of the earth beneath the sea have had their efforts limited by the ocean’s watery depths. New technological advances are on the verge of helping them better predict deep-sea earthquakes and tsunamis.

  • A Taste of E-Commerce in Wine Country

    For wine sellers, the prospect of online sales has been a persistent force in the industry and a motivating factor in the Supreme Court’s headline-grabbing review of two cases involving wineries.

  • The Search for Science

    Google’s new search service will open not just the world of scientific research but also the enclave of pricey journals.

  • The Nine-Year Itch

    Sure, spam is a scourge. It’s too bad a Virginia jury’s tough sentence for a convicted spammer won’t make a difference.

  • Turn On, Tune In, Pay Up

    How XM and Sirius persuaded millions that paying to listen to a cool technology beats listening to a boring one for free.

  • Digital TV Finds It Hard to be Free

    Broadcasters have spent billions on the technology–but is free over-the-air digital TV a viable alternative to cable and satellite?

  • E-Government Inches Ahead

    Monaco? Togo? A new ranking says tiny countries may have the edge in devising websites to deliver information and services.

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